Theories for Everything: An Illustrated History of Science

New Washington, DC National Geographic Society, 2006 First Edition of the very scarce Deluxe Edition of Theories for Everything An Illustrated History of Science From the Invention of Numbers to String Theory This is not the standard hardcover issue, but the fine grain synthetic leather bound, lightly padded Deluxe Edition see scans Quarto, black fine grain syntheNew Washington, DC National Geographic Society, 2006 First Edition of the very scarce Deluxe Edition of Theories for Everything An Illustrated History of Science From the Invention of Numbers to String Theory This is not the standard hardcover issue, but the fine grain synthetic leather bound, lightly padded Deluxe Edition see scans Quarto, black fine grain synthetic leather lightly padded boards, gilt imprinting on front cover and spine, All Edges Gilt, gold satin page marker ribbon, gold endpapers 407 pp copyright page at end New pristine and immaculate in every way removed from original packaging only for scanning and description The scarcest edition of the luxuriantly illustrated history of science from Langone, Stutz and Gianopoulos A collector piece, wall to wall LG8
Theories for Everything An Illustrated History of Science New Washington DC National Geographic Society First Edition of the very scarce Deluxe Edition of Theories for Everything An Illustrated History of Science From the Invention of Numbers to Strin

  • Title: Theories for Everything: An Illustrated History of Science
  • Author: John Langone Bruce Stutz Andrea Gianopoulos
  • ISBN: 9780792239123
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. This is a neat book to have on your nightstand for awhile. I read anywhere from 5-20 pages a night before I went to sleep for several weeks. I learned a lot of interesting things. It was very easy to read and understandenough so, that it was relaxing. I'm not an eggie head either so if it was so effective at teaching me--I'd imagine it would be this way for anyone.Give it a go, yo=)

    2. Interesting book, Instead of reading many books, this one summarises the most important theories in the history in a simple and understandable way the page 92

    3. The title led me to believe the text would discuss CURRENT or at least modern theory. However, this book was a HISTORY of therory. The book would be great as a primer for anyone wanting to delve into historical thought. For this reader, I wanted modern thoughts with pro/con discussion. Sadly, the book and I were on different missions. Recommended for the historical reader but suggest you avoid this if you already have the primer.

    4. Bu kitapta, insanlığın sonu gelmeyen merakının nasıl bilime dönüştüğü ve bilimin nasıl ilerlediği anlatılıyor.Yorumumun tamamı için > teknomani/2014/12/kita

    5. Beautiful illustrations and fascinating tales from the history of science, but definitely a coffee table book that you poke at every now and then.

    6. I love me some time lines and historical re-caps. A great and easy to read, kid friendly history of knowledge.

    7. Very nice book. Understandably, it does not go into details on the subject but it does a good job in providing a one-book summary of 5,000 years of human knowledge.

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